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Columbia University Press forthcoming. The entire correspondence is reprinted in Michael E. The project is the first of its kind to systematically explore the sequencing of tactics and their effects on the strategic outcomes of the campaigns. Variables included focus on:. The findings have implications for scholars and practitioners of civil resistance. Specific questions under inquiry include:. The data contains politically relevant events from in 21 countries, the majority of which had major nonviolent or violent campaigns during this period.
Partial data is also available for some years for China , , India , Iraq , , South Korea , , and the United States More information on case selection and event coding is available in the codebook and in our forthcoming data release paper. Nonviolent and Violent Campaigns and Outcomes Dataset, v. How to find out the primary method of resistance: The NAVCO 1 data set included a variable that identified the primary resistance method as either nonviolent or violent, as described above.
How to code ambiguous outcomes: Researchers who coded the cases for NAVCO 2 often found it difficult to distinguish between values for the variable "progress. Inter-coder reliability on whether a campaign was a 3 or a 4 was also somewhat weak, whereas coders were much better able to distinguish the other outcomes from one another.
As a consequence, researchers might consider creating a dichotomous "strategic success" variable in which values of 3 and 4 indicate a strategic success and values of 0, 1, and 2 indicating otherwise if the observation occurs in the final year of the campaign. In ongoing campaign years, however, researchers should not view a progress value of 3 as equivalent to full success, since the campaign has not yet concluded.
NAVCO 2 is a consensus data set. The data therefore may not include all nonviolent campaigns during the time period , because some unobserved campaigns were unknown to researchers prior to when the data collection occurred. Therefore, when researchers make claims based on the data, they should do so by arguing that those claims apply when drawn from a consensus list of mature, maximalist campaigns.
With large-scale data collection projects like NAVCO, information often becomes available that changes the way we code certain campaigns or that points us to new campaigns that we should include.
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